robertspierre
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Should I adjust for a confounder when it is colinear with a predictor?
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Naive Estimator after Propensity Score Matching
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Bagged Decision trees / Random Forests: why ISLR uses validation set instead of OOB to compute out-of-sample MSE?
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How can I cure non-normality of residuals in logistic regression?
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Why the law of total expectations can be written as $E[X^T \epsilon]=E[X^TE[\epsilon | X ]]$
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Is the accuracy equal if the true positive and false positive rates are equal between two groups?
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Perpendicularity of random variables?
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When a probability density function is defined to be finite?
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How to interpret output from "mediation" package - can I claim full mediation?
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Writing OLS estimates as a function of real parameters in case of multivariate regression
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Mediation analysis: interpret a prop. mediated 95% upper CI > 1
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How to intepret negative coefficients in LSI model?
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How is it possible that a probability density function assumes values greater than 1?
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What are "post-treatment confounders" and "pre-treatment confounders"?
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How does Basmann’s 2SLS differ from Theil's 2SLS?
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Should I keep non-significant coefficients when doing a prediction?
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Instrumental Variable and "Exclusivity"
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Is different distribution of confounders across groups a problem for OLS as this researcher says, and if so which assumptions are violated?
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Discover causal effects using OLS: does the treated and not treated group need to be similar on all observed variables?
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Is the train/test split necessary for parametric models like logistic regression?
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Why strict exogeneity implies that the regressor is uncorrelated with the error term?
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Doubt about a formula
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Marginalization not understood
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Penalization term for unfairness
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Network analysis - Correlation is positive and significant, but coefficient of simple logistic regression is not significant?
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Bayesian approach: ignoring the denominator leads to the conditional density equaling the joint density?
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Likelihood - not a pdf and not normalized?
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